Wuppo Coming to PS4 This Summer
Wuppo came out on PC in September of last year and is making it’s way to PS4 sometime this summer. It looks like it could be an entertaining game with it’s interesting art style and humorous dialog. And if the reviews on Steam are any indication, it should be a good addition to the PS4.
I always enjoy the weird and unique games and it doesn’t look like this one will disappoint. In Wuppo, you play as a little white ball named Wum who has an insatiable love for ice cream. Unfortunately it’s this love for ice cream that gets him kicked out of his home. After he spills ice cream in the hall of the apartment he is living in he gets kicked out (seems a bit harsh) and goes on an adventure to find a new home. The adventure takes you through many different locales and you’ll meet many interesting characters.
According to the developers on their blog Playstation blog post, Wuppo is “a 2D Narrative Action Adventure Platformer with RPG elements that contains a lot of humour, doodly art and will put a smile on your face.” Well that’s a mouthful. You’ll spend a lot of your time platforming and solving puzzles. The gameplay in Wuppo has also been compared to the likes of Zelda.
There will be plenty of items you’ll find along the way to either power you up or to help solve puzzles. The environments are loaded with charm and judging from the videos it looks like a lot of activity in some of the city sections. Wuppo’s world seems pretty large and alive which is awesome. You’ll also learn about the history of this world of Wuppo including information about the different races that inhabit the world.
Wuppo looks like it could be a fun experience and I’m looking forward to some kooky 2d action platforming and puzzle solving with an intriguing setting. The world looks interesting and seems pretty memorable. We’ll be able to check it out soon. Wuppo should cost about $15 when it comes out sometime this summer.
Watch the trailer below:
What do you think? Does this look like fun? Or are you going to pass?
5/1/2017 12:36:02 PM Christopher D. Anderson